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Why Hire A Pet Sitter?
A pet sitter—a professional, qualified individual paid to care for your pet—offers both you and your pet many benefits. Our pet sitting service can be customized to fit your needs. We offer overnight pet sitting, daily pet sit visits, dog walking, poop scooping, and exersize plus individual attention. We also offer house sitting services such as taking out the trash, bringing in the mail, watering plants, basic home cleaning, turning on/off lights.
Your pet gets:
- The environment he knows best
- His regular diet and routine
- Relief from traveling to and staying in an unfamiliar place with other animals (such as a boarding kennel)
- Attention while you're away
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- Happier friends and neighbors, who aren't burdened with caring for your pet
- The peace of mind that comes from knowing that your pet is being cared for by a professional
- Someone to bring in your newspaper and mail so potential burglars don't know you're away
- Someone who will come to your home so you don't have to drive your pet to a boarding kennel
- Other services such as plant watering and pet grooming* (*Addtional fees apply)
Dog Poop Facts! Did you know...
Dog Gone Poop Patrol is the perfect family owned business that would love to take care of your dog's dirty work for you, at the utmost convenience to you, for an affordable monthly fee.
- Dog feces are protein based and can take more than a year to breakdown.
- A single gram of dog feces contains an average of 23 million coliform bacteria, some of which can cause disease in humans.
- Coccidia, Parvo virus, Roundworm, and Hookworm are some examples of the diseases dog feces can carry.
- Children are at the greatest risk to come in contact with these diseases because they are prone to play in the yard and put their hands in their mouth and rub their eyes.
- Parasitic infections can cause humans to become seriously sick, and for pregnant women, it can potentially affect their unborn child.
- Dog fecal matter making its way to the ocean is the reasons the parasite, bacterial, virus, and fungus counts to go up at our local beaches after a rainstorm.